EndodonticThe word Endodontic (say: en´ do-dontik) means inside the tooth. This is a field of dentistry that treats diseases that are found inside of a tooth. Part of the inside of a tooth is called the pulp. The pulp contains blood vessels and nerves. The person that is certified to treat, prevent, and diagnose diseases of a tooth is called an Endodontist.
Your endodontist has many years of education and training. In order to become an endodonist, this professional must go to school for at least eight to ten years. Why should you use the services of an endodontist? The endodontist can save your tooth and reduce the pain you may be experiencing. Also, the endodontist has access to the latest advanced technology and instruments that may help improve your oral health.
This dental professional will provide services for root canals, dental trauma, and cracked teeth. Some professionals also provide treatment services for oral tissue, gum disease, teeth whitening and other services. You can schedule services for endodontic surgery, endodontic retreatment and dental implants.
Endodontic treatment and services can keep you smiling and eating the food that you enjoy. Your oral health care provider will provide the best care for you based on your personal medical history.